Art news in brief

Youngsters sing for friends

School choir circle friends in song

The School District 61 Honour Choir presents its annual spring concert Circle of Friends on May 12 at St. Aidan’s Church, 3703 St. Aidan’s St., at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $10/Adults $5/Children (12 & under). Tickets are available in advance at Ivy’s Bookshop in Oak Bay Village, or at the door.

Photography for young artists

The Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria is hosting its first Artist-in-Residence program at the Arts Centre at Cedar Hill. The program is on photography for young artists 18 to 24, with applications received until May 9.

This is an opportunity for youth to work directly with a professional artist/mentor, at no cost. The program will run four weekends and several evenings beginning May 16 at the Arts Centre at Cedar Hill.

Find details and an application forms at cacgv.ca.

Light sax works for quartet

Four premier saxophonists converge on UVic to present 4 Saxophones with Wendell Clanton, Gordon Clements, Erik Abbink and Ross Ingstrup on May 13 at 2:30 p.m. at the Phillip T. Young Recital Hall in the MacLaurin Building, University of Victoria. Admission is by donation.

 

 

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